PAKAM

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PAKAMPilbara and Kimberley Aboriginal Media (Western Australia)
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According to UNMISS, frequent tensions and cattle raids, often claiming multiple lives, between the Rup, Pakam and Kuei communities saw the three groups sign a local peace deal.
Lastly, PAKAM BRACS staff carried out a survey, covering only the radio campaign, via interviews with 33 residents of four remote Aboriginal communities.
(2) The same Neil Turner I would later meet in his role as the manager of PAKAM.
Achmad told Kyodo News from the Pasaman capital of Lubuk Pakam that mudslides have prevented rescuers from giving assistance to 750 people in the village of Ganting.
Pakam elders at a community peacebuilding meeeting Rumkoor, Lakes state, South Sudan (ST)
"Pakam Sakam Sappari was a skilled sea navigator identified with various ASG sub groups, the latest of which was the group of the late ASG sub leader Alden Bagade," Brig.
[10.] Alvarez-Una G, Naik PK, Mdde M, Yalla PS, Pakam R.
The Medan-Kualanamu toll road project is now under construction as part of the 60-kilometer toll road between Medan and Tebing Tinggi via Lubuk Pakam and Kualanamu.
(7.) Other Remote Indigenous Media Organisations (RIMOs) include the Top End Aboriginal Bush Broadcasting Association (TEABBA) and the Pilbara and Kimberley Aboriginal Media (PAKAM) and are now under the umbrella of the Indigenous Remote Communications Association (IRCA) in Alice Springs.
Recovered 1,316 herds of the cattle looted from Agar Pakam by a group of thieves from Wun Adel section of Tonj East and all the stolen cows were returned to their owners.